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Scalp Treatment For A Healthy Scalp And Hair Growth

Scalp Treatment For A Healthy Scalp And Hair Growth

No matter how hard we seem to try, some of us are just destined to have recurring scalp issues. Whatever the problem, it seems to be unresponsive to traditional treatments and sometimes the issues get even worse. There has to be a better way!

Organic hair treatments with natural oils extracted from nature’s best plant life may be the missing link to a lasting, healthy scalp. Let’s take a look at common scalp problems, the root causes, and what can be done to solve these issues.

Scalp Problems

 

Scalp issues are quite common and can range from a simple dry scalp to more pressing issues that can cause rashes and hair loss. An itchy scalp may seem harmless but it may be a symptom of a more serious scalp issue. Some of the most common scalp problems include:

  • Hair Loss
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Dandruff
  • Oily Hair

Many genetic conditions have symptoms that affect the scalp as well. Simply put, our scalps are one of the most common areas on our body that are afflicted by the health of our skin or lack thereof.

With so many issues, there are hundreds of products lining the department store shelves promising results to heal your ailing scalp, help you grow hair that is thicker and healthier, and do it in a short amount of time. But, what is the real best treatment for our scalp?

How Do I Treat My Scalp?

Most of the time, those looking for the best dry scalp treatment will turn to a simple product like a scalp moisturiser. What this doesn’t take into account is that dry scalp is usually caused by something else beyond the surface dryness that you notice.

Treating your scalp is just like treating your skin. After all, your scalp is the skin on your head! Many people neglect their scalp health in the absence of noticeable problems, but your scalp deserves just as much care as facial skin and the rest of your body. Treating it regularly to stay balanced and healthy has a prophylactic effect to ensure the skin of your scalp stays healthy instead of deteriorating due to colour treatments, environmental pollutions, and other chemical exposure!

The first plan of action is to make sure you are eating a balanced and nutritious diet. The food you eat and your level of hydration directly affect the health of your skin, scalp, and hair. Many problems can be improved by making healthier food choices that support a healthy scalp. Here are some foods that are known to improve scalp health:

  • Fatty fish/omega 3 fatty acids
  • A variety of nuts and seeds
  • Red meat/other sources of bioavailable protein and iron
  • Legumes
  • Sweet potatoes
  • Greek yogurt

With the treatment of your scalp taken care of from the inside, we need to find a way to treat it from the outside with the same vigor.

Best Scalp Treatment

Unsurprisingly, the best scalp treatment will be in the form of organic essential oils that are known to treat your scalp and skin. Naturally, here at Knature Care, we did the research and found the best oils that are known to work their magic on the scalp to boost hair vitality, optimize the sebum, and cleanse the scalp of impurities. Here is a collection of the best essential oils for scalp health:

Argan Oil

Argan oil makes up the base of our product line here at KNature Care for good reason. It is one of the most useful essential oils that nature has provided, and our organic argan oil does so much for each product it is found in.


For your scalp, argan oil acts as a potent antioxidant to fight oxidative damage that your skin and scalp are always being bombarded with. The inflammation commonly found on your scalp can cause dry skin, itchiness, and dandruff. Argan oil fights these common ailments and soothes the scalp naturally. It has also been found to help stop hair loss.

It serves as a great moisturiser for your scalp but does even better when combined with other synergistic essential oils.

Ylang Ylang

Your sebum can make our break your scalp health. The mixture of oils and lipids secreted by your skin is one of the leading factors in your scalp and hair health. Too little sebum secretion and your skin and hair become dry and brittle. Too much and you can suffer skin conditions and overly oily hair.

Ylang Ylang works on your scalp to regulate your sebum production. It works to ensure you don’t under or overproduce the oils and lipids that affect the health of your scalp and health.

Lavender

When your skin becomes inflamed and/or damaged, it needs to be regenerated and healed to a better state than it was before. Lavender is known as one of the best essential oils for skin regeneration. It fights inflammation when directly applied to the area, which makes it a logical choice for organic scalp treatment.

Lavender has shown in studies that it can speed up the healing process when applied to inflamed skin, so treating your scalp with lavender oil will help the existing conditions while other oils can work on the root cause.

It’s great on its own but can work wonders when combined with the other oils listed here.

Atlas Cedar

Greasy hair, dandruff, and hair loss are very common. Luckily, Atlas Cedar has the unique ability to treat all 3! The boost in hair growth along with the treatment of your scalp makes this a wonderful addition to any scalp treatment regimen.


Choose Hair Bloom For Treating Your Scalp!

Choosing high-quality essential oils from organic sources is one of the best ways to improve the health of your scalp and naturally boost hair growth. Hair Bloom features all the essential oils discussed in this article for the ultimate natural scalp treatment available! Those suffering from any lingering scalp issue should try our Hair Bloom product for 4 treatments to see massive improvements. The combination we’ve put together in the formulation is a catch-all for scalp health, so you can finally enjoy a healthy, thick head of hair without the nagging scalp irritation that traditional products may cause. Our customers have spoken and they are satisfied with Hair Bloom, so it could be time for you to join the club!